Norwegian language

September 25, 2016

Norwegian is one of the Scandinavian languages. It’s interesting because there are two different forms – Bokmål and Nynorsk. Plus, Norwegian has over 40 dialects. Because Norway was part of Denmark until the beginning of the 20th century, written Bokmål resembles written Danish.

Are you interested in a translation to or from Norwegian (Bokmål or Nynorsk)? Contact us and get a free quote!

YLT Translations has a lot of experience in the following fields of translations:

  • business translations
  • website translations
  • medical translations
  • gaming translations
  • technical translations
  • marketing translations
  • video subtitling and media translations
  • SEO translations

We offer translations in the following language pairs: Norwegian (Bokmål) to English (US) and English (US) to Norwegian (Bokmål)

You can rest assured that our translators will deliver the best possible results, since there are only native speakers and translators holding BAs,  MAs, and PHDs in Norwegian languages and literature translating your projects. We only hire highly-experienced translators.

Contact us at any time if you would like to find out more about our translation services.

Do you want to learn Norwegian online?

If you would like to learn Norwegian online, we can help! YLT Translations offers affordable online language classes with experienced teachers in Norwegian, Danish, Swedish, Icelandic and German. Learn more here.

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